Lagom Bath x Norm Architects

Minimalistic designs are taking over the design world, Norm Architects have designed a series of minimal furniture for Lagom Bath’s first collection. Lagom Bath tasked the studio with creating a series of light and flexible items and units suitable for small homes and apartments.

The idea was to create cubic shapes with a lightness and tactility in its design and expression, with subtle transitions between the dark, wooden cabinet and the light, composite sink. Featuring no visible knobs or handles, the functions of the furniture reveal themselves and become intuitive to you once you begin to interact and familiarise with it.

The cabinet has a wooden tray that can be placed on top of the sink for its user to showcase and have their favourite products at hand, while also adding personality to the furniture.

Details are found in the toilet roll holder, tower rack and hooks, that make up light, graphic elements in the interior.

Norm Architects, founded in 2008 by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn, is known for its use of simple forms and muted colours, with Lagon’s bathroom fitting perfectly in their ever-growing portfolio.

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